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13 April 2020

Strengthening Steps to Fight Covid-19, IPC Group Distributes 20,000 Masks

Jakarta, April 13, 2020 - As a form of preventing the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC Group held a 'Mask for Good' program by preparing 20,000 fabric masks (non-medical) to be distributed in various working areas of the IPC Port and Its subsidiary.

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10 April 2020

Limited Stock, IPC Joint Purchases 80 Thousand APD Apparel for Hospitals

Jakarta, April 10, 2020 - Amid the limitations and the high need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC synergized with PT Petro Kimia Gresik and PT Pelindo III (Persero), carrying 80 thousand units of APD clothing Coverall Dress The protector. Tens of thousands of APD medical standards sent to the referral hospital, through the Present BUMN Foundation for the Country.

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08 April 2020

Container Throughput on March decreased by 4.2%, the trend is improving

The flow of containers at Port of Tanjung Priok has decreased by 4.2% in the first quarter of this year. During January - March 2020, the number of containers entering Tanjung Priok Port reached 1,569 thousand TEUs. This number shows a decrease of 69 thousand TEUs from 1,638 TEUs compared to the same period last year, but compared to the previous month the trend of container flow at Port of Tanjung Priok has improved.

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07 April 2020

IPC Distributes Funds to Help Cope with the Covid-19 Pandemic

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC provided financial assistance to help Corona pandemic countermeasures (COVID-19). Aid worth Rp 400 Million was handed over to the BUMN Hadir Untuk Negeri Foundation, to buy the COVID-19 detection device, which is now urgently needed by Corona Hospitals.

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06 April 2020

3 of 5 IPC Passenger Terminals Temporarily Closed

Three of the five passenger terminals at the port managed by PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero / IPC) temporarily stopped operating. The closure was carried out because ships serving passengers at the three ports temporarily suspended its services to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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